A fine Japanese Satsuma Kinkozan school cabinet vase, millefleur (primarily chrysanthemum) decoration; raised enamelling. Brocade design on neck and base. Meiji Period. Measures 5 inches high x 3 inche wide x 9.5 inches deep. If you wish to browse our entire available inventory please go to OneofaKindAntiques.com. We also offer a consultation service AntiquesConsultant.com, ... as well as an online price guide at PriceMyItem.com. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut please add the CT state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes, tariffs or customs that might apply.
A museum quality Japanese satsuma vase with raised floral enamel decoration and brocade design neck and base, from the Meiji Period. Signed. 6.25 inches high x 5.25 inches deep.
A delightful example of the finely honed use of humor in Japanese Art as described so well in the book Playfulness in Japanese Art by Nobuo Tsuji, Spencer Museum of Art, 1986. This small bronze box is molded in a woven basket look with low relief figures of mice in human clothing on the top lid. Two smaller mice on the left are seen approaching two much larger mice on the right side of the lid the details in each is quite remarkable. The box measures 3 and one third inches long by 1 and one half inches wide and is three eighths inches deep. Excellent condition and patina. We date this one to the late Meiji period, circa 1885 to 1910
Japanese Arita Ware blue and white porcelain covered jar c1900. Excellent condition with just one slight tiny inside rim flake shown in the detail photographs. Measures 3 inches high by 5 inches across.
Japanese red lacquer pedestal dish with cranes and a pine tree. In Japan, cranes traditionally symbolize happiness and longevity. The dish is in very good original condition and measures 8 inches wide and 3 inches high. Meiji period, circa 1880.